Evolink 140 and Evolink 150 are bit different and made for bit different purposes. Yet both of the bikes might be the Read more »
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Why we use the fattest tires that are available on our Taiga fatbike? Well first things first Taiga fits the widest tires on the market. So why not use them? The Vee Tire Snow Shoe 2XL 5.05″ is designed for snowy conditions. It honestly is, the traction and feeling while cornering on snow is unreal compared to any other tires.
Pole Evolinks are famous for their new school geometry. We make long, slack and balanced mountain bikes, which aren’t always the lightest to begin with. Evolink 110 is designed to be a XC or a Trail bike, this particular set up is bit cut Evolink 110 XC, in size medium. Of course you can always pinch bit more off from the weight. Read more »
This is how Leo Kokkonen, the head designer of Pole Bicycles, likes his Evolink. Leo races in the Finnish National Enduro Series in men’s Elite and he is on the 7th place at the moment. Pole rider Juhani Kettunen is in the lead.
The latest add to Leo’s Evolink 140 is the Mavic XA Elite wheelsets front and rear, of course with tubeless Huck Norris set up. The total weight of the bike is 14,3 kg without pedals.
Peter Taylor, our latest add to our ambassador line up, is currently working for the Whistler Mountain Bike Park in Canada and he has his Evolink 140 as his companion. He rides his bike almost everyday in various circumstances but on the video he mentions 198 bike park laps during the 6 weeks, yes with a 29er. He introduces the bike and it’s Read more »